Good News, Everyone! The Baritarian History Comic is now for sale again! Quantities are limited, but we have a shiny new shop you should check out, full of prints, cards, and original drawings!
Here’s the deal, babies. My surgery is finally scheduled for the end of September. I am just a little short of my medical expense goal, and I still need funds for the flight to the facility for me and for my husband to care for me. We have just put up a brand new shop on our website (and will be shortly shutting down Etsy). I am clearing out A LOT of ORIGINAL art, as well as prints, paper dolls, calendars, greeting cards and, yes, the comic! So please, if you ever wanted to own a piece of my original art, head over to the shop and check it out! Or spread the word!
Post-Restoration Valliet II in an outfit stolen from Visconti’s Ludwig.
victoriansecret asked: I've been a fan of your art for some time now - I love your style, and I especially enjoy the way you blend the bawdy and genteel (or vice versa?) and the overall aesthetic quite a bit. But I had to give special notice for the human furniture kink you drew - so rare of a kink to encounter, but one for which I have a great ... fondness. So thank you for the unexpected treat!
Oh good, because I just had another idea for a human furniture illustration.
tarhi asked: I judge by your pictures that you use watercolors - do correct me if I'm wrong. But what kind of medium do you use for the white do you highlight with when you finish of the details? -- I just found your tumblr and fell in love with it by the way, you are very talent and I am very envious of you, in a good way though <3 -- Well... hugs and kisses and so on <3
Thank you very much! The white is also watercolor.
The next backdrop for the Paper Menagerie Production project. I’m at that point where I’ve done quite a bit of work for it, but there’s a daunting amount to do still. I can’t wait till the collaboration starts to come together.
But until then I would love a hand and wrist massage, because all that inking is no picnic.
Sketchbook page. I had the sudden urge to draw Lara Pulver’s Adler.
After all these years, I finally found the perfect dressing gown. And the gorgeous lady who sold it to me knocked the price down (despite the fact that I was perfectly willing to pay the original one) just because she saw how happy it made me.
The notorious red pages seem to be taking this kind of abuse a bit better. Poppies, cocks and horns it is, I guess.
Somehow I don’t think they circumcise in hell.
Let there be poppies! Poppies and cocks! (Poppycocks?) All of my favorite things!
I was going through an old sketchbook and found this. I still really like him, so time to reblog some demon dicks I guess!
Logo commission for the charming trickster Nelson Lugo.
Sketch page brought to you by my love of Beardsley and my desperate desire to go Venice for Carnival one year.
come-on-rlly asked: Hello! I was too shy to message you when it was more relevant (i was too shy at the time), but I really enjoyed hearing you and Lawrence Gullo speak at "Let's Have a Geeky". It was quite an excellent panel.
Thank you so much for overcoming your shyness to tell me that, it means a lot! I’m really glad it was enjoyable, I hope that means I didn’t talk out of my ass too much. I feel very honored to have gotten a chance to speak on that panel, and I had a fantastic time. Geeks Out are great!
You are all special and lovely, thank you.
My Valentine this year was Ludwig II. He’ll be with me always, and will never leave me…
One day, I too will die young as a misunderstood yet beloved figurehead of cult idolatry. Or at least, I’ll die trying.
Swan King design by Fyodor Pavlov.
Almost ready to paint the backdrop for the secret Paper Menagerie Production project.
arranshurvinton asked: I was looking through your illustrations and wondered if you have read any of the Mark Gatiss book's about Lucifer Box? the first book is titled The Vesuvius Club. your style would be exquisite with scenes from that story.
Yes, I love it! I’ve never done any art for it, though.